I saw a video today which re-ignited a thought of mine, which has been bubbling away in dormant fury for the last few years.
I have got fed up with generation generalisations. In particular the constant genuflecting to the Gen Y's of the world. Get ready world, change everything here they come! They need to be treated different, they expect more, more quickly, they care for the environment, the crave community, they are more fluid in their employment ideals, they are new, fresh, the… Continue
I started my journey to the Spring ERExpo show out of Indianapolis on a flight Monday at 6:45amEST through Denver and landing in San Diego at 9:35amPST. Booking the flight I wanted to ensure that I had plenty of time to prep for the reception that night, meeting friends throughout the day and final prep for the conference. Great plan, although it didn't quite work out that way.
First my flight was put into a holding pattern over Denver due to the weather and then… Continue
Please review the details as mentioned below and let me have your feedback at your earliest.
Must to have: 12+ years
Skills: Remedy, ITSM
Position Description :
The Principal Product Developer is the highest level programming position in the product development job family and is responsible for providing programming leadership for a product/solution according to design specifications.
The role builds prototypes and uses other… Continue
Added by Amit Gupta on April 7, 2009 at 1:03am —
So, today was not a great day. I definitely learned an important lesson...
A) Tags work, be careful how you use them
B) I need to work on my 'inner filters'
I had to pull a few blog posts down because they were not well appreciated by a particular group mentioned. Although when I first found out I was even more irritated after speaking with my leader I realized that my posts were a bit short sighted.
My leader is great at refocusing my energy on productive… Continue
Even with the tremendous growth and use of web applications, people remain the center of a connected job search. To effectively manage your job search you cannot lose sight of the fact that your relationships, while many have moved online, still need the human touch. I would maintain the primary issue with the way many connected users are approaching their job search is they are not effectively managing the Cloud. Cloud Computing has changed the way companies interact online but have you kept… Continue
Have you ever stopped in the middle of something and asked yourself, "What the heck am I doing? Why am I doing it this way? Whose crazy idea was this anyway?" I have. I am. Jumping outside of my usual day-to-day paradigm I'm challenging myself in a myriad of ways. I have achieved some successes and have suffered some failures. And my time outside of my comfort zone is only just beginning!
When you first step outside of your paradigm, you are constantly challenged by everything that's… Continue
The Recruiter's Association (www.recruitersassociation.org) membership is free and open to all professionals in recruiting and human resources. Come be a part of The Recruiter's Association future training seminars, earn a recruiting certification, and participate in the networking events taking place in; Arizona, Illinois, and Nevada. Discover fabulous new ideas, and build a huge network, pick up a recruiting certification backed nationally by the Recruiter's Association. Recruiting in a… Continue
If you're looking to be ahead of the pack when the industry begins to pull out of this down-turn, you should be looking at your recruiting and staffing software as well. One of the factors in your decision is HOW you deploy it. On-Demand Software as a Service? Enterprise Self Hosting? Managed Services? Your decision can mean the difference between dollars saved or dollars wasted.
In this article we’ll briefly compare the pros and cons of the three software deployment methods… Continue
Most of you have friends on Facebook, and some of you are likely connected on LinkedIn, but have you jumped on the latest train leaving the internet networking station, Twitter? “Follow us on Twitter” – the new catchphrase sweeping the world. MBA Focus is now an active member on all three of these social networks, and we have found just like you will, that these websites are not only for social relations, but also for career connections. Just as a personal blog can boost your resume and help… Continue
Added by Ryan Pratt on April 6, 2009 at 10:56am —
Networking has always been an important part of corporate careers, especially in the job search phase. Today, jobseekers and recruiters alike use networking websites, for the same reason they joined fraternities, attend conferences, and have daily lunch meetings to make new connections. Two of the top ten websites in the world (Facebook and Myspace) and dozens of the top 200 (including Twitter and LinkedIn) are solely based on the power of networking. The tools and services powered by MBA Focus… Continue
Added by Ryan Pratt on April 6, 2009 at 10:55am —
More than 50 top b-schools are now part of an exclusive network of MBA job boards called MultiPost. This new service allows companies to quickly and easily post job opportunities to your selection of the top graduate business school and alumni job boards around the world. A convenience fee of less than $299 will be charged by MBA Focus™ following the completion of the quick & easy process. Just create a new account and/or sign in, pay, and then post.
Here are some great tips in making your online resume and career profile the best it can be!
Highlight your Education: Your really want to make your education scream. With an online resume you can build in pop-ups to really make your resume standout!
Network: Don't start your networking out to find a job, do networking to find people. They will lead you to the jobs!
Control Your Privacy: Pay attention to what you allow employers and others to see.
Reach Out to… Continue
Added by Ryan Pratt on April 6, 2009 at 10:54am —
Posting your resume online might seem pointless now-a-days. Maybe you feel like you are going to get lost in the haystack of other jobseekers in the market? Or maybe it just seems like too much work? But there are in fact many great reasons for using online resume services like MBA Focus:
Land a Job - Seek, persue and get a job
Networking - Share your resume even if your not looking
Socialize Smarter - Add your resume to your networking sites
Stand out on Job Sites -… Continue
Added by Ryan Pratt on April 6, 2009 at 10:52am —
MBA Focus allows you to perform advanced candidate searches by keyword, experience, preferences, eligibility and more. Employers can get specific and turn up the most relevant candidates by drilling down on specialties and expertise. Not only do we separate candidates by experience, but also by preference, so you can get exactly what you’re looking for, every time. Click here to get started -… Continue
Last month, ZoomInfo announced enhancements to SMB and midmarket company data that provides additional breadth of coverage and depth of insight—including descriptions, revenues, number of employees, locations and other information on public, private and non-commercial entities alike.
After lots of requests from our customers we’ve finally launched SmartJobBoard hosted version.
Hosted version is a perfect solution for those who need to set up job board web site in a short time and with minimum investments. It is installed on our server and maintained by us. The main difference from the owned version is that customer pays a small fee for installation (currently free of charge) and subscription… Continue
Added by Rodion on April 6, 2009 at 6:44am —